A new EP (mini album) of Israel's 2004 entrant, David D'Or, will be out next week. It will include the Eurovision entry Leha'amin and the other pre-selection songs.
This EP will feature 5 tracks, including all the songs which were up for selection in David D'Or's private Kdam-Eurovision. An additional track will be a new song named Optimi (Optimistic).
A special version of this CD will be distributed in Europe. This European version will include an all-English version of the songs Leha'amin and Bo'u Mal'achim as well as remix versions to some of the songs.
David D'Or's PR manager told newspaper Ma'ariv that there was an intention to release a full album with these 5 tracks. 'We then realized we will not be able to release it in time before the Eurovision Song Contest. Therefore the rest of the songs David recorded recently will be used in his upcoming album', says the PR manager.
Israeli television viewers will be able to have first impressions of the revamped Leha'amin and it's new video-clip tonight, when parts of it will be broadcasted on Channel Three's Guy Pinnes' entertainment magazine.